Feature- and menu-overview for admins

Hier erhalten Sie einen schnellen Überblick über die einzelnen Menüpunkte im Admin Dashboard.

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ovos play offers a wide range of functions for your own instance. Here you will find an overview of all possible functions and menu items that are available to you in the Admin Dashboard.

If you do not see a specific function described here, then the module is not activated for your instance. If you are interested in additional functions for your instance, please get in touch with your contact person at ovos.

Jump directly to the individual areas in the menu:



Here you will find all learning content and can create new content. In this menu item you will find decks, tests, events, cards and the glossary.

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Static pages

Static pages are displayed in the menu and can be used as informative pages, such as an imprint or links to external content. Static pages are also used to obtain consent for e.g. data protection declarations before the app can be used.

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You can use the glossary to add explanations of technical terms to flashcards. The terms are then listed in an overview page and thus also serve as a reference work.

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Content codes

Under this menu item, you can create number and QR codes that link directly to individual content. For example, you can link to app content in a book or make step-by-step instructions quickly accessible on site (e.g. for a printer).

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With the "News" module, you can provide your users with the latest information in the form of news articles. With notifications, you can display prominent messages to users on the home screen. Users of the app also receive push notifications.

Notifications can refer to learning content in the app or external links. They are ideal for welcome messages, important information about product updates or new processes in your company.

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This area is only available with the ovos play Live module.

In this area, you can hold presentations that you have put together yourself in person or remotely. Trainers can access this area and hold interactive presentations.

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You can add or manage individual users here. Email addresses or passwords can be reset here. You can also assign different authorizations for users using roles.

Under the menu item Import users, you can also import an existing list of users.

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Groups control who can see which users in the Admin Dashboard and also determine which roles and which content packages are assigned to the users. You can use the menu item to create and manage your group structure and assign the respective group to the users.

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Content packages

Learning content can be grouped into different content packages. By accessing content packages, users also gain access to the learning content within them. In this menu item, you can create content packages and define the hierarchy of the packages.

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Score lists

In addition to the global and weekly highscore lists, you can define your own lists in the Admin Dashboard. Your own lists can have an individual start and end date. For example, you can enable points challenges for a month.

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Voucher codes

Please note that vouchers cannot be used in apps that are published in the iOS AppStore.

Here you can create voucher codes that can be redeemed by users during registration or in the app. Voucher codes can assign users an expiration date or authorizations for content.

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You can configure in-app purchases for your app here. With in-app purchases, users can purchase content packages and thus content.

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Menu sorting

Here you can manage the menu structure of the app. You can move all available menu items in any order.

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Instance settings

Here you will find simple configurations for your instance, such as the amount of the weekly target and the configured e-mail addresses for receiving support and learning success notifications. You will also find the change log as a sub-item, where you can see who made which changes in the admin dashboard and when. This can be helpful if several authors are working on content or if content is suddenly no longer found.

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Change log

In the change log, you can see exactly who made changes to the content and when. Deleted elements can also be restored from the change log.


Trainer Dashboard

The Trainer Dashboard is an optimal view for analyzing group and individual progress. Trainers can also access this dashboard to analyze the assigned users.

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System and user statistics

Here you can view statistics for your instance. On the one hand, you can see global statistics such as total deck views and on the other hand - if required - statistics for individual users.

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